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Policy Statement - 18-12 Spanish Option II: Interdisciplinary Studies, Bachelor of Arts in

This new state-supported program was recommended by the Academic Senate on April 6, 2018 and concurred by the President on April 10, 2018.

Program Description

The Spanish Program offers courses in language, linguistics, literature, culture and translation leading to the following degrees and certificates: Bachelor of Arts with two options and Master of Arts degrees in Spanish, Single Subject Teaching Credential in Spanish, Concentration in Spanish for the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, minor in Spanish, and the Bilingual Concentration for B.A. in Liberal Studies.

Major Specific Unit Requirements:

Prerequisites

0-12 units of lower-division language courses depending on the student’s existing and demonstrated language proficiency in Spanish.

 

Upper-Division

Take the following upper-division courses:

 

SPAN 300 Advanced Grammar and Composition (6)

Prerequisites: AP exam with a score of 4 or 5 or SPAN 201B or equivalent for non-native speakers. SPAN 250 or equivalent for heritage speakers

 

SPAN 310 Introduction to Literary Analysis (3) Prerequisite: SPAN 300

 

SPAN 330 Literary Masterpieces: Spain (3)

Prerequisites: SPAN 310 or consent of instructor. GE Foundation requirements

b

 

SPAN 341 Literary Masterpieces: Spanish America (3) Prerequisites: SPAN 310 or consent of instructor.

 

Take one course from the following:

 

SPAN 423 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (3) Prerequisite: SPAN 300 or consent of instructor.

 

SPAN 427 Contrastive Analysis of Spanish and English (3)

 

cPrerequisites: One course in Spanish linguistics or consent of instructor. Take one course from the following:

SPAN 430 Spanish Civilization (3)

Prerequisite: SPAN 300.

 

SPAN 445 Latin American Civilization (3)

Prerequisite/Corequisite: SPAN 300.

d

 

Take one upper-division course selected from the following for a total of 3 units:

 

SPAN 314, SPAN 335A, SPAN 335B, SPAN 350, SPAN 351, SPAN 423, SPAN 427, SPAN

428, SPAN 430, SPAN 438, SPAN 445, SPAN 455, SPAN 461, SPAN 462, SPAN 463, SPAN

464, SPAN 465, SPAN 466, SPAN 467

 

Take 15 units in one of the disciplinary areas below. Other courses may apply. Students should consult with their advisors in the first and/or second major for guidance. Students can also consult with the CLA Advising Center ATLAS or the advising center in their college.

 

The following courses have been selected in consultation with the chairs of all departments listed and the Spanish faculty on the basis of content and to assure that there are no hidden requirements.

 

Art History:

AH 111A, AH 111B, AH 112, AH 116, AH 426, AH 431, AH 457A, AH 457B, AH 457C, AH 458, AH 459, AH 460, AH 495, AH 496, AH 497, AH 498, AH 499Q

 

Anthropology:

ANTH 305, ANTH 314, ANTH 351, ANTH 412, ANTH 413, ANTH 419, ANTH 432, ANTH

441, ANTH 448, ANTH 475

 

Communication Studies:

COMM 309, COMM 330, COMM 333, COMM 355, COMM 430, COMM 434

 

Criminal Justice:

CRJU 210, CRJU 301, CRJU 302, CRJU 303, CRJU 402, CRJU 409

 

Chicano/Latino Studies:

CHLS 300, CHLS 310, CHLS 330, CHLS 360, CHLS 380, CHLS 390, CHLS 415, CHLS 420,

CHLS 450 (cross-listed with RGR 450*), CHLS 450A

 

Comparative World Literature:

CWL 330A, CWL 330B, CWL 349, CWL 361, CWL 365, CWL 404, CWL 412, CWL 415,

CWL 422, CWL 440, CWL 448, CWL 451

 

English:

ENGL 318, ENGL 340, ENGL 370, ENGL 380, ENGL 375, ENGL 382, ENGL 384, ENGL

442, ENGL 444, ENGL 470, ENGL 489

 

Film and Electronic Arts:

FEA 302, FEA 310, FEA 318, FEA 380, FEA 392B, FEA 392C, FEA 401, FEA 450

 

Geography:

GEOG 301, GEOG 304, GEOG 316, GEOG 321, GEOG 462, GEOG 468, GEOG 494

 

History:

HIST 330, HIST 362, HIST 364, HIST 366, HIST 370, HIST 434, HIST 443, HIST 459, HIST

460, HIST 461, HIST 462, HIST 463, HIST 464, HIST 465, HIST 466, HIST 473

 

International Studies:

IST 317, IST 320, IST 419, IST 463 IST 476, IST 492, IST 493

 

Journalism:

JOUR 312, JOUR 315, JOUR 415, JOUR 495, JOUR 498, JOUR 499

 

Linguistics:

LING 325, LING 329, LING 379, LING 401, LING 413, LING 420, LING 421, LING 423,

LING 425, LING 426, LING 433, LING 438, LING 470, LING 472

 

Political Science:

POSC 323, POSC 358, POSC 412, POSC 431, POSC 481, POSC 482, POSC 485, POSC 461

 

Sociology:

SOC 318, SOC 358, SOC 410, SOC 430, SOC 436, SOC 447, SOC 460, SOC 462, SOC 487H,

SOC 494

 

Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies:

WGSS 300, WGSS 314, WGSS 316, WGSS 318, WGSS 320, WGSS 325, WGSS 365, WGSS

382, WGSS 401, WGSS 416, WGSS 420, WGSS 442, WGSS 445A, WGSS 449, WGSS 462,

WGSS 475, WGSS 490, WGSS 492

 

EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019

 

Campus Code: RGR_BA11U1 College: 28

Career: UD

CIP Code: 16.0905

CSU Code: 11051

Department: Spanish

Degree Program Delivery Type: face to face

Major Pathway: (STEM or non-STEM): Non- STEM

 

 

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